In the early days of Microsoft Azure, there were only a couple message queue service; Azure Storage Queue and Service Bus. This was way back in early 2010. Over the years, there have been a few different messaging and message queue services introduced into the Microsoft Azure platform. Each of these messaging services are a little different than each other and offer a pretty wide range of messaging offerings to choose from. This article walks through the primary features of each of the Microsoft Azure messaging services, and will help give you an understanding of when to use each for your own applications and enterprise scenarios. Read More
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Here’s a list of the Microsoft Azure Service Updates from over the past week:
- There weren’t any Service Updates announced for Microsoft Azure this week.
Here are some of the most notable links from the week:
- Announcing Default Encryption for Azure Blobs, Files, Table and Queue Storage by Lavanya Kasarabada
- Announcing Azure Blob storage events preview by Chris Brooks
- Integrate Azure Stack into your datacenter by Thomas Roettinger
- SMB Version 1 disabled Azure Gallery Windows operating system images by Tom Shinder
- Cosmos DB & Graph with Gremlin – Getting Started by Vincent-Philippe Lauzon
- (Cross-Post) Announcing the public preview of Azure Archive Blob Storage and Blob-Level Tiering via Windows Azure Storage
- Default compatibility level 140 for Azure SQL databases by Joseph Sack
- Announcing Azure Data Lake Store Capture Provider for Event Hubs Capture by Shubha Vijayasarathy
- Preview: SQL Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) with Bring Your Own Key support by Rebecca Zhang
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